BSA Pursues Software Audits Despite Questionable Information from Informants


Keli Johnson, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, says businesses targeted by the BSA discover that there appear to be significant discrepancies between the information apparently provided by the BSA’s confidential informants and the actual license-compliance status of those businesses. Many businesses suspect that the cause of the discrepancy is the informants’ desire to profit from the BSA’s reward program.

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